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"At the Heart of Research"

"At the Heart of Research"

By The Childrens Heart Foundation
The Children's Heart Foundation's "At the Heart of Research" Chats showcase the impact that the research funded by The Children’s Heart Foundation is making in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of congenital heart defects. See the most recent chats below.
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"At the Heart of Research" Chat: Dr. Rohan Kumthekar

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"At the Heart of Research" Chat: Colby Groom & Dr. Youngjae Chun
Listen to the newest episode of The Children's Heart Foundation's "At the Heart of Research" Chat featuring Dr. Youngjae Chun, a 2019 recipient of funding from The Children's Heart Foundation, introduced by Heart Warrior Colby Groom.  In this research chat, Dr. Chun discusses his current research project, A Self-Growing Percutaneous Heart Valve Frame to Treat Congenital Heart Disease, and how the outcomes will help advance the treatment and care of children born with congenital heart defects - America's most common birth defect.
13:33
January 24, 2020
"At the Heart of Research" Chat: Dr. Rohan Kumthekar
Listen to The Children's Heart Foundation's third "At the Heart of Research" Chat featuring Dr. Rohan Kumthekar, the 2019 recipient of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Pediatric Cardiology Research Fellowship Award.  This award is made possible by an educational grant from The Children’s Heart Foundation and provides research support for an individual who has demonstrated aptitude for basic science or clinical science research during their pediatric cardiology fellowship. In this research chat, Dr. Kumthekar discusses his current research and how the outcomes will help advance the treatment and care of children born with congenital heart defects - America's most common birth defect.
28:03
October 22, 2019